Friday, July 30, 2010

Want to see what we are making at my Open House???

Well, part of it anyhow............

My New Catalogue Open House and 2-for-1 Retired Sale is on August 14th from 10am to 5pm. You are not going to want to miss this event!!! One of the things we will be making is this adorable little pail.

This is a super simple favour for a party, wedding, shower etc. Right now the pail is empty, but when you come to my Open House you get to fill it with a yummy treat that you will not want to miss out on.

To give you a true picture of how little this cutie is, I have included a picture with a re-inker! Too cute!!

I got these pails from

If you want to make one of this, RSVP for my open house!! Hope to see you there!


Thursday, July 29, 2010

Last Chance to Rejoin!!!

Time is ticking away!!! You have only until the 31st to get your paperwork to Calgary for this awesome offer to all former SU demonstrators! You can rejoin for only $45!!! How insane is that? $45 gets you the business supplies to get started again, and you get to immediately take advantage of all the awesome stuff SU offers like discounts on products, sneak peek and pre-orders (Holiday Mini pre-ordering starts August 1st!!!). Don't forget FREEBIES, HOSTESS BENEFITS, SU EVENTS (Regional event in Hamilton on Sept. 25th-registration begins Aug. 4th).

Don't delay, contact me immediately to get the ball rolling! I would hate for you to miss out on this incredible offer!

Back tomorrow with a fun project that we will be making at my OPEN HOUSE on August 14th! Save the date, you won't want to miss this one!!


Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Stampin' Up! is coming to Hamilton!!

This past week marked the annual Stampin' Up! Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. I unfortunately couldn't go....... :( It's just too far away and with the move and all this year I just couldn't swing it.

Anyhow at Convention they announced some Regional events in the near future, and guess what, they are coming to Hamilton, Ontario!!!!!

I would love to go to Hamilton with a big bunch of people. There is even talk of a sleep over at my place and some fun in my studio!!

So, want to join me? I am sure that this event will be a sell-out. It's easy, you just need to join my team!!!

How do you do that? Visit my team page for all the info about being on my team and for a link to sign up!

And if you wait until August 1st to do it, you will get EXPEDITED shipping on all your orders in Septemember!! This is a new feature for Canadian Demos! Be one of the first to experience it.

And to sweet the pot, if you join my team I will also give you a FREE stamp set from the upcoming Holiday Mini Catalogue!! I already have a copy of it and can begin ordering my goodies on August 1st- one of the many demo perks!

You can choose between a Standard Starter Kit or the Digital + Starter kit. Both are fabulous and contain lots of stampin' goodies for your enjoyment!

Ang the best part? Both are only $215!!! That's $54 cheeper than last year and it's a better selection of products!!

What exactly are in the Starter kits?

The standard Starter Kit includes :
Five complete stamp sets (including a clear-mount set and clear-mount block)
A Stampin' Around wheel, handle, and ink cartridge
Assortment of Designer Series paper and card stock
Four Classic Stampin' Pads
Two Stampin' Write markers
VersaMark Pad
Whisper White 5/8" satin ribbon
Songbird Décor Elements and applicator
Blender pen
Stamping sponge
Stampin' Scrub and Mist
Box of Idea Book & Catalogues
Business forms and tools

The Digital+ Starter Kit includes:
My Digital Studio software suite
Three complete stamp sets (including a clear-mount set and clear-mount block)
Assortment of card stock
Four Classic Stampin' Pads
Two Stampin' Write markers
Real Red 1/4" grosgrain ribbon
Brights Designer buttons
Songbird Décor Elements and applicator
Stampin' Scrub and Mist
Box of Idea Book & Catalogues
Business forms and tools

And many of the items are customizable. Only want to join for the discount? No worries, I will buy the Business supplies from you! Contact me for more info!

Hope you can join me in Hamilton!


Wedding Decor, Stampin' Up! style!!

I had mentioned that I did a friends wedding decor at the beginning of July. Well, I got some of the pictures from her yesterday and thought I would share them with you. Sometimes it really amazes me what you can do with a little paper.This first picture is of the whole room, if you look closely you will see butterflies on the glasses, signs on the tables and napkin rings. Lets look at those details........
Here are the butterflies on the glasses. Her colours were orange & Brown so I used a mix of Only Orange, Pumpkin Pie, Dusty Durango and Cameo Coral. The butterflies were cut out with my Beautiful Butterflies die and my Big Shot. I then cut notches in them to fit onto the glasses. The Bride and her bridesmaids wrote everyone's name on the butterfly for the place cards.The napkin rings were made with the same combination of card stock out of 2 scallop circles. You snip down the scallops on the top one, add a circle to the middle in So Saffron and cover it with Dazzling Diamonds! Voila! The base of the ring is a piece of Chocolate Chip card stock wrapped in White Satin ribbon.
The bride didn't want her tables numbered so they picked a bunch of Love Songs and gave each table a number. I created the sign in MDS printed it out on Whisper White card stock and mounted it on some Pumpkin Pie. I affixed a butterfly in the top corner from the same card stock colours as the place cards.
The Bride wanted a Sweets buffet for her guests to enjoy. So I was asked to make a sign for that table too, again using MDS and printed on Whisper White card stock.
She also wanted a Branch to decorate her guest book/cake table. I got the branch from my backyard, spray painted it gold. I took a clay pot, painted it orange and filled it with the paper that comes with our Stampin' Up! shipments. This was perfect for holding the branch once I made a whole in the centre of it with some scissors. I wrapped some White satin ribbon around the top and affixed one of the flowers from the napkin rings. On the branch I added paper roses and more butterflies.
And last but not least was the Seating Chart. I really enjoyed making this! I created it using a combination of MDS, MS Publisher and Photoshop Elements. I then formated it for a 24 x 36 poster size and had my friendly neighbourhood printing shop print and foam core mount it. This was not a cheep option, but well worth it for the final look.

All of these elements were easy to make. It just takes a little time and some creativity. I really enjoyed doing it, and would love to do more in the future.


Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

That's right!! It's time for some hostess extras!! Book and hold a workshop/private class with me from now until August 31st and if that workshop sales total more than $450 you get an EXTRA $35 hostess bonus to spend on what ever Catalogue or Mini Catalogue goodies you want!

Qualifying hostesses will get the following:

  • a level 1 or a level 2 hostess set (choose from the Idea Book & Catalogue, Current Mini or the Definitely Decorative 2010-2011 catalogue.
  • a minimum of $45 regular hostess rewards
  • $35 BONUS hostess rewards in addition to the regular rewards
$45 + $35 = $80 in FREE Stampin' Up! goodness!!!

Don't wait, book now!!


School Days Class coming to Stamp & Tea Studio!

I have a FABULOUS class scheduled for the end of August to celebrate the return to school!

Join me for:

School Days Page-a-Grade Class
When: Friday, August 27th @ 7pm or Saturday, August 28th @ 10am
Where: Stamp & Tea Studio- Morriston, Ontario (South of Guelph, West of Milton at the 401)
Cost: $40 includes Polka Dot 6x6 album and Celebrations Designer Series Paper

Project Description: We will be making a Scrapbook with a page for each grade from JK to 12. The pages will be decorated and ready to have a picture inserted for each grade. What a great use of the stock class photos every parent has. Wish to make more than 1 album? Make 2 for $60. Need more, talk to me about pricing. This album makes a great gift for parent, grand-parents or grads.

We will be using the First Day Stamp set to decorate this awesome keepsake. Please RSVP for this class and payment via PayPal or email money transfer required to hold your space as product must be ordered prior to the class date.

Bring a friend and get a FREE spool of 1/4" grograin ribbon, your choice of colour.

This is the first of many new fun classes being offered at Stamp & Tea Studio. Visit my event page for a complete listing.


Monday, July 26, 2010

July Card Class card #5

Is it too early for Christmas cards? It's never too early to start thinking about Christmas cards.

How cute is this?? The stamp set is Perfect Punches and it's awesome!! The card base is my absolute favorite Cherry Cobbler and check out that new ribbon punch!!! AWESOME!

This is the Traditional Christmas Colour scheme that Stampin' Up! is using this year. I love it. Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla and Old Olive. Yum!

Products used: All Stampin' Up
Stamp sets: Perfect Punches
Card stock: Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive Textured card stock.
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive
Accessories: Scallop Circle punch, 1 1/4" Circle punch, Dotted Scallop Ribbon border.

Like what you see? Why not RSVP for next months Card Class??

When: Thursday, August 26th at 7pm
Where: Stamp & Tea Studio, 23 Telfer Glen Street, Morriston, Ontario (401 and Highway 6 south - west of Milton, South of Guelph)
Cost: $20 or FREE with $30 purchased that night. Payment required with RSVP.

Don't forget to leave a comment and make sure you left comments on cards 1 to 4 as well to be entered to win!!!


Sunday, July 25, 2010

July Card Class card #4

This is a Square card (5 1/4" x 5 1/4") using the awesome new Early Espresso Card stock and the stunning Greenhouse Gala Designer Series Paper (DSP).

The image is the new single stamp called Ornate Blossom, how fun that the stamp matches the paper! And the image was coloured using Stampin' Write markers.

Products used: All Stampin' Up
Stamp sets: Ornate Blossom
Card stock: Whisper White, Early Espresso, Baja Breeze
DSP: Greenhouse Gala
Ink: Pear Pizazz, Baja Breeze, Pumpkin Pie Stampin' Write Markers.
Accessories: Ticket Corner Punch, dimensionals.

Like what you see? Why not RSVP for next months Card Class??

When: Thursday, August 26th at 7pm
Where: Stamp & Tea Studio, 23 Telfer Glen Street, Morriston, Ontario (401 and Highway 6 south - west of Milton, South of Guelph)
Cost: $20 or FREE with $30 purchased that night. Payment required with RSVP.

Don't forget to leave a comment today and join me tomorrow for the last card in the series! And if you haven't done so, leave a comment on cards 1 through 3 as well. If you leave a comment everyday from Thursday, July 22nd until Monday, July 26th you will be entered to WIN a Retired DSP paper pack and Stamp set!!


Saturday, July 24, 2010

July Card Class card #3

This is a fun Birthday card that uses one of my MOST favorite new sets from the new catty called Word Play! Don't you just love it!! I can't wait to make all sorts of cards with it.

The Cupcake is a Sizlit Die for the Big Shot and I texturized it using the Perfect Polka Dots Impressions folder. The bottom of the cupcake is run through a Crimper. Fun! Oh and notice the Daffodil Delight DSP!! LOVE it!

Products used: All Stampin' Up
Stamp sets: Word Play
Card stock: Whisper White, Baja Breeze, Daffodil Delight, Regal Rose, Crumb Cake (formerly Kraft).
DSP: Daffodil Delight (Brights DSP Pack)
Ink: Basic Black.
Accessories: Big Bold Cupcakes Sizzlit Die, Perfect Polka Dots Impressions folder, Crimper, Glue dots, Tombow Multipurpose adhesive.

Like what you see? Why not RSVP for next months Card Class??

When: Thursday, August 26th at 7pm
Where: Stamp & Tea Studio, 23 Telfer Glen Street, Morriston, Ontario (401 and Highway 6 south - west of Milton, South of Guelph)
Cost: $20 or FREE with $30 purchased that night. Payment required with RSVP.

Don't forget to leave a comment and join me tomorrow for the next card in the series! And don't forget to leave comments on Cards 1 and 2. You must leave a comment every day to be entered to WIN some good stuff!


Friday, July 23, 2010

PPA 52 a sketch challenge

I generally prefer colour and inspiration challenges to sketch ones, because they allow for more freedom. But I have to say that I love the composition of this sketch for the PPA 52 challenge. And as I looked at it to decide what to do instantly one of the cards I designed for this months Card class came to mind. So I thought I would use that as my starting point. And this is what I came up with.

Once again I am using the Daffodil Delight DSP and the Tempting turquoise too. On the last card, I used the stripes, for this card I just flipped it over for these very cool elements from the Artistic Etchings set. I adore this print. The Congrats is from the awesome Perfect punches stamp set.

I decided to make this a congrats card because my awesome Upline Caroline LeBel placed #6 for Demonstrator of the Year for the 2009-2010 Stampin' Up! year and #1 for Senior Associate Promotions in her downline!! Way to go Caroline!!! I am soooooo proud of you. You truly are an inspiration. Caroline has had a very difficult year personally yet she still remained within the top 10 for all of Canada amongst some very determined women. It is quite and achievement. So, I am going to be sending this to her along with a little something else I am working on! Keep your eyes on your mail over the next few weeks Caroline!

Don't forget to go back to this post, and this post and leave comments to be entered to win a fun prize pack. You must leave a comment every day for the 5 July Card Class cards to be entered to win.


July Card Class card #2

Here's card #2 from this months card class. Don't you wish you could have come???

Isn't this Owl adorable???? He's a new punch in the new catty! For this version of him I punched him out 4 different times using different paper and then simply constructed him. Sooo cute. And that is my new favorite Daffodil Delight DSP for his belly!!

Products used: All Stampin' Up
Stamp sets: No Stampin' on this card!
Card stock: Riding Hood Red, Daffodil Delight, Early Espresso, Soft Suede, Whisper White
DSP: Daffodil Delight (Brights DSP pack)
Ink: No Ink on this card!
Accessories: 2 Step XL Owl Punch, 1 1/4" Square punch, Tombow Multipurpose Adhesive.

Don't forget to leave a comment on all 5 Card Class posts this week for a chance to win some goodies! You must post every day to be entered to win!!

Like what you see? Why not RSVP for next months Card Class??

When: Thursday, August 26th at 7pm
Where: Stamp & Tea Studio, 23 Telfer Glen Street, Morriston, Ontario (401 and Highway 6 south - west of Milton, South of Guelph)
Cost: $20 or FREE with $30 purchased that night. Payment required with RSVP.


Thursday, July 22, 2010

You should have come to my monthly card class!!

Once a month (usually the 3rd Thursday of the month) I hold a card class. It's $20 or FREE with a $30 purchase and you get to make 5 cards!! Bring a friend (RSVP ahead of time) and make 2 sets of cards for the same price.

Wanna see what we made this week?? I will show you 1 card each day for the next 5 days. So you will have to come back each day. Post a comment everyday (from today until Monday, July 26th) to be entered in to win a prize. Prize pack will contain Retired Designer Series paper and a stamp set!!

So here is the first card:
This card uses the NEW Extra Large Scallop Circle punch and the NEW Brights Designer Series Paper pack which is one of most favorite things in the new Catty!!

Products used: All Stampin' Up
Stamp sets: Afterthoughts Hostess Level 1 set
Card stock: Whisper White, Tempting Turquoise, Daffodil Delight, Old Olive.
DSP: Tempting Turquoise
Ink: Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker.
Accessories: Brights Brads, Daffodil Delight 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon.

Like what you see? Why not RSVP for next months Card Class??

When: Thursday, August 26th at 7pm
Where: Stamp & Tea Studio, 23 Telfer Glen Street, Morriston, Ontario (401 and Highway 6 south - west of Milton, South of Guelph)
Cost: $20 or FREE with $30 purchased that night. Payment required with RSVP.

Don't forget to leave a comment and join me tomorrow for the next card in the series!


Wednesday, July 21, 2010

PPA Artists pick!!

Wow! I got a lovely surprise this morning. When I get up, one of the first things I ALWAYS do is check my email on my iPhone (not sure I could live with out it!). And this morning I was greated with a wonderful surprise! I was chosen as one of this weeks PPA Artists Picks!

Click here to view their post!! :)

Thanks Ladies! You made my day! I only wish I had taken a better pic of my card!! I don't know why the light was not participating that day!

Oh how I wish that I was in Salt Lake City, Utah for the annual Stampin' Up! Convention. Perhaps next year!


Monday, July 19, 2010

Where I get my inspiration from.....

I have had a few people ask me where I get my inspiration from. Particularly a friend of mine and an avid stamper asked me to provide her with a list of the blogs I stalk! So Caroline, you have only been waiting since last fall for this one............... but here it is!

Blair's Blog list:

Andrea Walford
Angie Kennedy Juda
Gretchen Baron
Barb Mullikin
Kari Metzger
Lydia Felder
Caroline LeBel- my upline
Lorri Heiling
Nancy Riley
Kristina Werner
Mary Jo Albright
Dawn McVey
Mary Fish
Kimberly Van Diepen
Angela McKay
Heather Summers
Ann Schach
Ronda Wade- My Business Coach and personal Mentor
Patty Bennett
Julie LeBlanc
Nicole Heady

There are more that I view when ever they have a posting up, but these would have to be the one's who I look to first for ideas. Most are Stampin' Up! demo's but a few are not. I find that it's fun to see what other trends and products are on the market place. It helps me reinforce what a great company Stampin' Up! is, because we are always at the forefront of the hotest trends.

I will leave you with a quick and easy card today.
This card uses my 2 most favorite sets from the new catty! Artistic Etchings and Word Play. You will be seeing lots from these two sets in the months to come!

I made this card for my husbands return on Friday. I wanted something clean and simple and masculine enough for him. The new Early Espresso is a great Man card colour! It's sooooo deep and rich! Yum!

Products used: All Stampin' Up
Stamp sets: Artistic Etchings, Word Play
Card stock: Whisper White, Early Espresso
Ink: Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso.
Accessories: Adhesive Rhinestones.


Saturday, July 17, 2010

Bright and Cheery card to celebrate my husbands return!

Ed is finally back from his latest 2 week stint in Winnipeg. Unfortunately it's not his last and he will be going back out there again! I can't wait until the airport is finally finished. I miss having my husband around!

Anyhow, I have been so inspired by the new products that I just can't stop creating new and beautiful cards. I feel like I am on a roll! Here's a card I whipped up the other day. I ADORE the new Brights Collection and wanted to showcase them in some way. And better a way then to put them on Whisper White!

This was a really quick and easy card to make. The card base is Whisper White, I then took a 4 x 5 1/4" piece of Whisper White and ran it through the Big Shot with the Dots impressions folder. After that I punched out 4 hearts using the small heart punch in each of the following colours: Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight (new and beautiful), Old Olive and Tempting Turquoise. All of these are from the new Brights Collection. Who would have thought that Old Olive would ever be a bright? It looked so at home in the old Earth Elements..... But now it is PERFECT with all the brights. And I have said this before, but I HATED the old Bold Brights. I had only a few of them. Now I can't get enough of this new Brights Collection. I think it's stunning!!!

The sentiment on this card is from the "Everything Nice" set. I only wanted to use part of this stamp so I used my Basic Black Stampin' Write marker to colour over only a portion of the stamp. And voila! Only the part that you want. Markers make our stamps all the more versatile as you don't need to stamp the whole thing if you don't want to.

Anyhow, that's it for me today. Spending the day with my family, thankful to have my wonderful Husband back! Hope you all have a wonderful weekend.


Friday, July 16, 2010

Sad day.....

Today is my Sister-in-law's mother's Funeral. She passed away on Wednesday after a short put painful battle with cancer. I didn't know her that well, we only usually saw each other once or twice a year, but I will be there to support my sister-in-law and my brother In their time of need. Since I rarely have any Sympathy cards at the read, I had to make one up. I completely case'd this one and have been wanting to do so for some time. The card I believe originated with Dawn Olchefske. And I have admired it for sometime. Now, she colours hers in with a Q-tip and ink pad, but I went right to the markers. I always do. I could honestly not live without my Stampin' Write markers.

If I was stranded on a desert Island and could only bring 10 Stampin' Up! things they would be (in no particular order):

1. Big Shot & Dies (can that count as one item?)
2. Stampin' Write Markers
3. Dimensionals
4. Brights Assorted Card Stock pack
5. Word Play Stamp set (new in this catty)
6. Brights Ink pads
7. Chocolate Chip Card Stock
8. Whisper White Card Stock
9. Paper Snips
10. Artistic Etchings Stamp set

What would you bring? I would love to see your lists.

Anyhow, back to the card. I cut out the butterfly using my Beautiful Butterflies die and then I stamped the image from the Elements of Style set on it. After colour it in a variety of colours (Pink Pirouette, Pretty in Pink, So Safron, Certainly Celery, Pear Pizazz, Old Olive, Rose Red) I mounted it to the front of a Whisper White Card base using Tombow Multi Purpose adhesive and then adhered some pearls in the centre! The sentiment is from the Thoughts and Prayers stamp set. I also stamped a sentiment on the inside of this card from the same set, and then used the flourish design from the Elements of Style which I stamped in Pink Pirouette (have a mentioned how much I love that colour lately??).

Products used: All Stampin' Up
Stamp sets: Elements of Style, Thoughts & Prayers
Card stock: Whisper White
Ink: Basic Black, Pink Pirouette.
Accessories: Big Shot & Beautiful Butterflies Die, Adhesive Pearls, Various Stampin' Write Markers.

My daughter also made a beautiful card for her aunt, to give to her today. I was really impressed with Kieran's style. She has really become a fantastic stamper. Look at her sponging skills and the way she notched the ribbon! I also love her placement of brads! And of course this is one of my favorite colour schemes! Way to go Kieran. I am sure that your Aunt Debbie will be really comforted by this card.

See you tomorrow, I have a bright and cheery card for you.


Thursday, July 15, 2010

Wedding PPA challenge

This weeks PPA theme challenge was well timed, because I had to make a Wedding card for my son's nanny who is getting married later this month. I can't wait for the wedding because my son is her ring bearer and my daughter will be walking him down the aisle as a junior bridesmaid. I will definitely share pictures after the wedding. I decided to use my wedding colours for this card, and she is using red & white anyhow, so it fit. My wedding colours were burgundy (or rather a deep red), black and cream. Stampin' Up!'s Bravo Burgundy is a bit to brown a Burgundy but thankfully we have the BEAUTIFUL new Cherry Cobbler! I am going to be using this colour a lot!

This card took me a while. I started out with one vision, that wasn't working for me, switched almost completely and then came up with this design. I don't actually have any wedding images (perhaps I should be putting some on my wish list....) but I have seen a ton of cards made with the adorable Bride and Groom hearts. And they were really easy to make. The really cool thing about this card however is that the ribbon closes the card! You have to untie it to open it! Fun huh?? I will list the instructions for this card below:

1. Fold a piece of Cherry Cobbler card stock in half to form card base.
2. Decorate the background using the Baroque Border wheel and Basic Black ink. I used a Wheel Guide to ensure that my lines were straight.
3. Take a 2 1/4 x 3" piece of Cherry Cobler and punch out the corners with a Ticket Corner punch. Mount this to the top half of your card base using Dimensionals.
4. Punch out 2 large hearts in with Whisper White card stock and 1 heart in Basic Black.
5. Stamp the florish design heart from the I {Heart} Hearts set on one of the white hearts in Versamark ink. Sprinkle with Iridescent Ice Embossing powder and heat with a heat gun. Then adhere pearls down the centre of the heart.
6. Using Paper Snips, snip 2/3 down the centre of the Basic Black heart. Now fold back the edges along the cut to make the lapels of the tux. Adhere this heart to the extra Whisper White one. Tie a knot in 1/4" grosgrain ribbon in the colour of your choice to make the bow tie and adhere to the heart. Using a Basic Black Stampin' Write marker make tux buttons on the shirt.
7. Adhere both completed hearts on top of your 2 1/4 x 3" Cherry Cobbler piece.
8. Take a piece 4" x 5 1/4" piece of Whisper White paper and stamp the "Love begins in a moment...." sentiment from the Occasional Quotes Hostess Level 3 set on it. Punch the corners of this piece using the Ticket Corner punch and then stamp a small heart in the bottom corner. (Note: I used a Cherry Cobbler Stampin' Write marker and a stamp from the Love you Much set but you could use any heart stamp you have. )
9. Using a craft knife cut a slit on the fold of the card about 2/3's of the way down wide enough for your ribbon to slide through. Slide your Whisper White Satin ribbon through the slot and adhere it to the inside of the card using Snail. Now adhere the Whisper White stamped piece on top of the ribbon. Wrap the ribbon around the card and tie it in a bow on the front.
10. Stamp the "Congratulations on your Wedding Day"Sentiment from the Occasional Quotes Level 3 set on a piece of Basic Black card stock using Whisper White ink. Sprinkle with White Embossing powder and heat with your heat gun. Punch the sentiment out using a Wide Oval Punch and adhere it to the bottom right hand corner of your card front using Dimensionals.

And voila!! You now have an absolutely stunning Wedding card that anyone would love to receive!

Products used: All Stampin' Up
Stamp sets: Occasional Quotes (Hostess Level 3), I {Heart} Hearts, Love you Much, Baroque Border Wheel
Card stock: Cherry Cobbler, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Basic Black, Versamark.
Accessories: Standard Wheel handle, Dimensionals, Heart Punch, Ticket Corner Punch, Paper Snips, Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder, Whisper White Embossing Powder, Heat Gun, Adhesive Pearls, Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker, Wide Oval Punch, craft knife, Basic Black 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon, Whisper White Satin Ribbon.

I will now leave you with a picture of us on our wedding day. I can't believe it has almost been 5 years since this picture was taken. Look how young our daughter was?? She was only 6 1/2. How sweet!



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